Steering Committee

  • Christopher D. Berk

    Christopher D. Berk

    Assistant Professor

    Politics of punishment, Penal law, Law & society, Democratic theory

  • Joan C. Bristol

    Joan C. Bristol

    Associate Professor

    Latin America, African Diaspora, history of commodities

  • Wesley Buckwalter

    Wesley Buckwalter

    Associate Professor

    Moral psychology, cognitive science, and epistemology

  • Alison Landsberg

    Alison Landsberg

    Professor

    the politics of memory, affective engagements with the past, political subjectivity, visual culture, the Frankfurt School, race in mass culture, politics of aesthetics

  • Rachel A. Lewis

    Rachel A. Lewis

    Professor

    feminist and queer theory; ecofeminism and animal rights; human rights; race and immigration; transnational sexualities; media and cultural studies; disability studies

  • Anne Osterman

    Anne Osterman

    Dean of Libraries and University Librarian

  • Rashmi Sadana

    Rashmi Sadana

    Professor

    Urban space, gender, and social mobility; infrastructure, design, and the built environment; language politics and ideologies; cultural identity formation; ethnography of literature; postcolonial theory, globalization, India

  • Vanessa Meikle Schulman

    Vanessa Meikle Schulman

    Associate Professor

    Nineteenth- and twentieth-century visual culture of the United States; periodical studies; history of technology

  • Ricardo F Vivancos-Pérez

    Ricardo F Vivancos-Pérez

    Associate Professor

    Latina/o/x Studies, Chicana/o/x Studies, Latin American Studies, Iberian Studies, Transatlantic Studies, Migration Studies, Gender & Sexuality Studies, LGTBQIA+ Studies, Comparative Literary Studies, Panhispanic Cultural Studies, Translation Studies, Editing & Publishing

  • Stefan Wheelock

    Stefan Wheelock

    Associate Professor

    late eighteenth century/early nineteenth century black antislavery writing with a particular emphasis on slave narrative autobiography, early black polemic, and their contributions to Atlantic political and intellectual currencies